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nabeelkhan View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by nabeelkhan Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Search this Thread Advanced Thanks. >>> >>> > > > >>On the other hand, because they were so cheap, they landed in a lot of >>computers. These are > (or were!) made as PCI cards for installing on a motherboard, or as PC Card > (PCMCIA) removable cards, or as external boxes with Serial or USB > These are > (or were!) made as PCI cards for installing on a motherboard, or as PC Card > (PCMCIA) removable cards, or as external boxes with Serial or USB > http://asmwsoft.net/audio-driver/creative-modem-drivers-for-linux.html

Johann Klammer, Sep 19, 2012 #5 The Natural Philosopher Guest Re: Is Creative Modem Blaster V.92 USB (DE5671 Model) dial-up modemsupported in Linux? Dwyer, Sep 20, 2012 #11 Ant Guest > > I still have my old external serial USR Sportster 33.6k (only connects > > at 28800-31200 speeds on crappy old copper landlines) R. (from 11.4 x86_64 "Celadon" at Telcontar) 14-Jan-2012,22:43 #3 heboland View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Busy Penguin Join Date Sep 2009 Posts 445 Re: HowTo Creative The modem AT command set is described in the file 100498D_RM_HxF_Released.pdf. http://www.linuxant.com/drivers/hsf/

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Some distinct components, located in the modules/GPL directory however are covered by the GNU General Public License. It supports Sound Blaster or Windows Sound System compatible sound cards which can be plugged into any UNIX workstation supporting the ISA or PCI bus architecture. Ubuntu's results were worse as shown in > http://pastie.org/4755128 ... > > Thank you in advance.

Also, serial ports are rare these days. -- Quote of the Week: "Every ruler sleeps on an anthill." --Afghani /\___/\ Ant(Dude) @ http://antfarm.home.dhs.org (Personal Web Site) / /\ /\ \ Ant's I couldn't get it to work in Mac OS X 10.7.4 as > well. These are (or were!) made as PCI cards for installing on a motherboard, or as PC Card (PCMCIA) removable cards, or as external boxes with Serial or USB connectors. Install Realtek Hd Audio Driver Ubuntu I suspect not only that fewer external (and hardware) modems were sold at 56K, but since nothing came along to replace them for dial-up, people must have kept them as backup.

Users seeking driver downloads should first check with their Linux distribution vendor or system manufacturer for driver package availability. Sound Blaster Z Linux Drivers i >>> looked at the Linux Hardware guide and at listings for support where >>> I found only Windows drivers. >> >> Ah, that's probably why. The Natural Philosopher, Sep 19, 2012 #6 Michael Black Guest Re: Is Creative Modem Blaster V.92 USB (DE5671 Model) dial-up modemsupported in Linux? Menu Downloads Support Community Development Help Login Register Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read

However, Modems showed nothing of it connected. Linux Sound Card Ant, Sep 20, 2012 #10 T. Is it in use by another program? I'm sure > there's a list of software modems that are easy to use with Linux, > find that list and then just look for a modem that fits.

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Apple disclaims any and all liability for the acts, omissions and conduct of any third parties in connection with or related to your use of the site. weblink Ubuntu v12.04.1 i386 live CD detects something, but can't identify it. Sound Blaster Linux Drivers I > think the fastest bus hardware modem I saw was 28.8K, and I had to give > that one up when I moved to a computer that didn't have an Linux Audio Driver Tutorial I just got done fragging one with a Dewalt power drill because it wasn't worth the board the circuits were printed on.

It is getting a bit complex. > But if you're serious about using a dialup modem, whatever operating system > is involved, you're better off using a real 'hardware' modem. Get More Info Skyline View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by Skyline 08-20-2004, 01:52 PM #3 nascarfan_40 LQ Newbie Registered: Aug 2004 Posts: Here is the info on the modem. ConexantChipsets WLANDriverLoader General Introduction & News Identifying your modem Credits Related sites ALSA (audio) driver Download ChangeLog ALSA (ppch) driver Download ChangeLog HSF (softmodem) driver Readme Installation Limitations FAQ Ubuntu Audio Driver

I'm not sure if I could distinguish ATI responses as to which modem they came from. I use dial-up as a backup in case my cable Internet goes down, so this could be useful for rare Internet connection situations. Now, I know >why he/she didn't want it beside being dial-up (still useful to me when >my cable Internet goes down). useful reference Ant Guest Hello.

It's the only one configured for linux, but the others work for the windows partition. Linux Audio Drivers I have had success using a Serial-to-USB adaptor to get a Zoom 3049L Serial modem working with Mandrake 9 (and up to Mandriva 2008) - no messing around, just connect it All postings and use of the content on this site are subject to the Apple Support Communities Terms of Use.  Apple Support Communities More ways to shop: Visit an Apple

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i looked at the >> Linux Hardware guide and at listings for support where I found only >> Windows drivers. > > Ah, that's probably why. Yeah, someone didn't want it and it wasn't even opened and still shrinkwrapped (never used). Any help would be much appreciated nascarfan_40 View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by nascarfan_40 08-20-2004, 01:30 PM #2 Skyline Alsa Driver Main Menu LQ Calendar LQ Rules LQ Sitemap Site FAQ View New Posts View Latest Posts Zero Reply Threads LQ Wiki Most Wanted Jeremy's Blog Report LQ Bug Syndicate Latest

Another one that does an exhaustive test is hylafax. -- Cheers / Saludos, Carlos E. It's pretty common when I find a computer on the sidewalk >>waiting for the garbage truck for it to have such a modem. I found an old external 56K modem lying around. this page I didn't find any linux drivers on the Creative support page, so I think I'll try to get my money back for this modem.

I > don't think I've seen any PCI hardware modems (I'm not saying they dont' > exist, just pointing out that they became uncommon). The time now is 02:13. © 2017 SUSE, All Rights Reserved. IIRC, it did a scan for modems, but I do not know if it sees those converters. > I'm not sure if I could distinguish ATI responses as to which modem